The Success Mindset in 8 Parts | The Lavendaire Lifestyle Podcast Ep. 25
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Welcome to the Lavendaire Lifestyle, the podcast
on lifestyle design for millennials. I’m Aileen and I’m here to guide you to become
a master artist of life. Every Sunday you’ll get new insight and inspiration
on how to create your dream life. After the episode, the conversation continues
in our Lavendaire Lifestyle Facebook group, so I can’t wait to see you there. Life is an art, make it your masterpiece. Hello everyone! Welcome back to the Lavendaire Lifestyle. It’s Aileen, your host, and I’m super excited
to be here because it’s our start of our second season of this podcast so onto Season 2. I think, the first season, I was just getting
my feet wet into this podcasting world, and I really had no idea what the heck I was doing
with this podcast. But moving forward, I just want to let you
guys know that my intention for the podcast is to bring on guests who are either Artists
of Life, who are creating their dream lives or who can offer some sort of value and teach
you something specific in the journey of creating your dream life. So there will be more interviews this season
than my solo episodes like this one, and I hope you guys will like that because I like
doing interviews more than just listening to myself talk, because who wants that, right? Today I want to talk about the success mindset,
basically all of the components to a mindset that will enable you to succeed in life. And before I go into that, I do want to start
off this episode with gratitude, because I am just so, so thankful that you guys are
here, that you chose to listen to the Lavendaire Lifestyle when you have a billion other choices,
other options you could do with your life at this very moment. So honestly, just to have you here listening
is an honor and it’s such a blessing, and I don’t take it for granted that you chose
to listen to me, me. Anyway, the reason I bring that up is because,
literally, today is Saturday, March 4 and this episode is supposed to go up on Sunday,
March 5. So I’m a procrastinator and it took me a long
time to get up to record this episode. I tried two weeks ago and I couldn’t finish
it. So here I am, doing it again and there’s a
lot that goes behind the scenes, you know. Even after a whole season of a podcast, I
still get nervous. I still have that resistance whenever I have
to create something. I still feel uncomfortable, so this is my
uncomfortable zone that I have to put myself in because that’s the place you grow, right? I was asking myself, “Why am I so uncomfortable? Why do I resist to show up to work?” And basically, what I had to do to get up
here today, is reframe my way of thinking. Instead of looking at it as, “Ugh, I have
to do this. It’s so scary. It’s so uncomfortable,” I think about you
guys. I think, “Wow, I’m at a point where people
actually like my podcast. People look forward to the podcast coming
back. How lucky am I to have that?” You know? Because I’ve always been so used to grinding
on YouTube and making videos with the idea that nobody cares about what I’m doing and
nobody really wants to watch it, and I did it for myself. I think at this point there’s another level
of pressure but also in a good way, because I’m not just doing it for myself anymore. Basically, what I’m trying to say is: I realize
that I have a platform, and I can’t waste it. I want to use it for good. So that was my long rant of telling you I’m
so grateful that you’re here listening. [4:01]
Alright, now let’s talk about the success mindset. The reason I want to bring this up as the
first topic of the season is because it’s so important to know the foundation and to
have that foundation ingrained in you, that mindset to succeed. I want to break it down and show parts of
where this mindset can come from. It’s definitely not all, because I still have
so much more to learn in life. But definitely, there is something that sets
successful people apart from people who just settle. I just think that, on the way to building
your dream life, you know, you’re on that path to creating that career and that lifestyle,
the relationships that you want. There are so many obstacles that come in-between
that, and there are so many spots where people can get stuck and where people may stay stuck. You know, it might be your fears or your self-limiting
beliefs or some sort of societal peer pressure that gets you down. Whatever it is, there are people who try but
get stuck in a certain area and there are people who push through. So I think the success mindset is me breaking
down what parts of that mindset help people push through all of those obstacles that come
in the way when you’re trying to build that dream life, you know. I think everyone can agree that when you look
at the most successful people in the world, the greats, they’re not necessarily the most
talented or the most intelligent or even the ones who were born with the most resources
at hand. You know, a lot of people, they started out
with nothing and they made it all the way to the top and other people who are blessed
to start with more than those. Maybe they might’ve gotten stuck. I’m saying that there’s no one defining factor
on successful people. There’s no one baby that’s born and you’re
like, “This baby is a successful baby.” It’s not really genetic like that. It really is in the mindset and the character
that you develop pin your life that keeps you going to get there. I think so much of it is stamina, to stay
in the game, to believe in yourself when nobody else does, just see your dreams through to
the end. [6:15]
Today I’m going to break it down into eight parts. The success mindset into eight parts. Here’s the overview of the eight parts of
the success mindset that I’d love if you all could just ingrain in your brain and in your
character. And it’s something that we should all work
on, day to day. But if you could work on this and strengthen
all of these eight parts, then definitely, you’ll have a stronger mindset for success. And trust me: it will make all the difference. Unwavering belief in yourself
Commitment – Commitment to whatever goal or task at hand
Patience – Because all things take time, and you have to develop a strong patience
Perseverance – You have to have the stamina to not give up no matter what
Consistent action – Always valuing action over everything, taking consistent action. Continuous improvement – Constantly steering
and tinkering, getting feedback and learning. Self-forgiveness – Learning to forgive yourself
as fast as possible. Gratitude – Always, always, always have
that mindset of gratitude with you Honestly, all of these components are easier
said than done, and listening to this podcast, you might be telling yourself, “Yeah, yeah,
yeah. I know all this.” But are you really implementing all of these
in your life? Do you really know it deep down? 1. Unwavering belief in yourself
[7:54] Alright, let’s start with the first one, which
is: believe in yourself. You have to have an unwavering belief in yourself. Believe that you can do it, because the journey
is mostly mental. And I don’t know if you understand how much
power your mentality has over the reality of your life. If you don’t believe you can do something,
then you’re going to physically and mentally be weaker than if you believed that you can
do it. I don’t know if you’ve ever arm wrestled someone,
but if you arm wrestle someone with the belief that you will lose and that you won’t be able
to beat the other person, subconsciously you’re not going to try as hard, and you’re going
to be more willing to lose. But if you believe that you can do it, something
clicks in your brain and your subconscious that kind of gives your physical body and
everything else, an extra little boost. It really starts with a belief in yourself. Self belief comes from a place of self confidence. And I know that not everybody is born with
confidence, so it’s something that must be learned and developed. An exercise you can do to build the self confidence
and self belief is to take out a notebook and write down all of your small wins, all
the little victories that you’ve had in your life. Think about all the things that you have accomplished. And it’s even better if you can write down
things that you accomplished already that you didn’t believe you could accomplish before. For example: One thing that I’ve done in the
past that I would’ve thought was crazy–I never thought that it was possible–is: I
got together with a group of friends and we had the idea to shoot a short film in Taiwan. We had just an idea and we’re like, “Okay,
how are we going to fund that trip? How are we going to pay for this crew and
all this?” When we met to talk about the idea, it really
felt like fluff. It really felt like a lofty dream that was
never going to happen. But two years later, I can tell you that we
made it happen. We got our flights and hotels sponsored. We just made it work, and it happened. So that’s a victory I can write down in my
list of something that I didn’t believe could happen, but happened, something that we made
happen. If you can come up with things like that on
your list, that would be amazing. It’s just a reminder of how much potential
you have and how much more you can probably accomplish in your life, things that you would
never believe you can do. 2. Commitment
[10:31] The second component of the success mindset
is commitment. You have to decide that you’re going to do
something that you will absolutely not back out. It’s something that, once you’ve made that
decision, it’s done. You’re going to do it. There is no try. There’s only do. You have to have that strong level of commitment
to whatever your goal or your dream is, because if you’re not committed and you have that
wishy-washy vibe like, “I could do it, or I don’t have to,” then you’re not going to
make it happen. It’s not going to work. It’s only going to work if you commit 100%
to whatever task is at hand. Commitment means that you make space for what
you plan to do. If you’re committing to a new diet plan, then
you have to arrange your schedule and make space to meal prep or do whatever it takes
to see that through. I think a lot of people look over that. They say, “I want to do this,” but they don’t
make the actual changes in their lifestyle to support that decision. Commitment means that you prepare everything
that needs to be done, all the circumstances. You make it perfect to support your commitment. There’s a quote that I read in “The Success
Principles” by Jack Canfield that, once I read it, I put it on my phone and I would
read it to myself every night, especially during those tough times in the beginning. “No matter how hard it is or how bad it gets,
I’m going to make it.” Once you’ve made that decision to commit,
there is no turning back. You’re going to do it. It is there, you know? You have to have that level of commitment
to succeed in anything. 3-4. Patience & Perseverance
[12:19] The third component is patience. With any journey, you have to have a lot of
patience because everything always takes twice as long as you expect it to take. I’m saying most cases. Some people are the exception. Some people get lucky. But most times, things take much longer than
expected. Nothing happens in an instant. Building your dream life takes so much time,
so much effort, and for a long time things are going to be uncertain. You have to be patient and learn to get comfortable
in that area of uncertainty, that area, that space where you’re not sure this is even gonna
go anywhere. You’re not sure if it’s gonna work out. Stay patient because there are so many stories
of people who stuck through for a long period of time and then they hit jackpot, whatever
that is to them. Most people are impatient. Most people do not have the patience to work
at a dream for so long, with no pay, no reward, no nothing. Most people are, after two years, like, “Oh
my god, it’s been two years and still nothing?” and then they give up. Or maybe they work for three or four years
and they’re like, “Still nothing?” and then they give up. I’m already going into my fourth component,
which is perseverance, not giving up and just pushing through, because I think that patience
and perseverance go hand-in-hand. You have to stay patient because your dream
will take a lot of time and, at the same time, you have to persevere no matter what, no matter
what obstacles come your way, no matter how long or how frustrating or however long you
feel like nothing’s going right, you still have to push through if you want to success
because if you stop, that means you failed. And I always believed that if you don’t stop,
then you will eventually succeed. You will eventually have something, so long
as you keep going. I think the proper quote is more like, “You
only fail when you stop trying.” I’m sure a lot of you know who Marie Forleo
is. If you don’t know who she is, she is a businesswoman,
an online personality. She’s honestly one of my idols, and she’s
built a multi-million dollar online business. She was talking about her journey. She was working on her business for seven
years before it finally popped and it finally started to see some sort of traction. Seven years is a long time. And she was saying, imagine she got to year
four, and decided to give up. Or imagine she got to year five or year six
and was like, “Oh, well I’ve tried it for five or six years. It hasn’t worked, so it’s not for me.” But that’s not what happened. She kept pushing. She stayed patient, kept persevering, and
year seven was her year where it finally took off. You never know when it’s going to start looking
up from here. Honestly, it really is about that stamina. How long can you stay in the game? How long can you last without wanting to quit? Because there are so many obstacles, so many
moments in every path where you’re gonna want to quit, where you’re gonna want to give up. It’s in those moments where you have to remind
yourself: Yes, it’s okay to have setbacks. It’s okay to fail. It’s okay to even take some time to relax
and not go so hard. It’s okay to rest. Resting is not failure. But if you stop trying completely, if you
give up at that moment, then it’s over. You know, then all your work is wasted. Then what’s the point? It’s okay to rest and it’s okay to acknowledge
those obstacles and the struggles, but the point is to pick yourself back up and keep
going after that. It’s who can push herself further, and whoever
can stay in the game longer, whoever has the patience and the perseverance to last, that’s
the person who’s going to succeed. Alright, so I’ve covered the first four which
was: Belief in yourself
Commitment Patience
Perseverance Honestly, those first four were what kept
me going in those early stages of my career when I was starting to make videos no one
was watching for a year and a half and really developing that character to keep going no
matter what, to stay patient, to stay committed and believe in yourself when nobody else seems
to believe in you. Moving onto the next four components of the
success mindset. 5. Consistent action
[16:55] People who are successful always value action,
always prioritize taking action, because so much time is wasted just sitting there wondering,
“Should I do this?” or “Should I do that?”, just living in your head basically, where
all things come from action. Basically, you will never know if this step
is right for you unless you actually try it and see for yourself. You know, it’s all about trying things. If it doesn’t work, well now you know one
way that doesn’t work. So try something else. All about taking action and utilizing this
present moment to move yourself forward. I have a post-it note right in front of my
desk that says, “The action is here.” And I put that there to remind me that the
present moment is all I have, and the present moment is where I have the power to do any
sort of action to bring myself forward. Instead of sitting around, thinking about
what-ifs, that post-it note reminds me to take action and to utilize the present moment
in my favor. Also: what I mean by consistent action is
that slow and steady wins the race. Basically create a system for yourself, a
daily or weekly system, where you’re working towards your goal at a manageable, consistent
pace. Rather than going on intense bursts where
you work ten hours on your book, and then you wait a couple months then work on another
ten hours, it’s so much better to create a system for yourself where you make it into
a habit. You turn it into this machine that churns
on its own. Once you develop a habit to work consistently
and put in consistent action, then you’ll keep that momentum going, rather than having
to motivate yourself every once in a while to work on something. So much better to be consistent in your actions,
than to be inconsistent and work in intense little bursts here and there. Consistent action is the component that relates
to hard work. Whenever you hear people say, “If you want
to be successful, you have to work hard and you have to put in the work,” hard work is
what I mean by consistent action. You have to put in the work on a consistent
basis in order to churn out results. But that’s not it. Success is not all just hard work, and I think
not a lot of people acknowledge that, but most people will know it. 6. Continuous improvement
[19:27] The next component is continuous improvement. This would be the component that relates to
when people say you have to work smart. Like I said, a big part of success is not
just hard work. It’s also in how you work. It’s also in using your brain and learning
from your mistakes, and learning from everything in order to do better in the future. I think that’s what sets a lot of people apart. A lot of people, they have the working hard
part in, but they don’t really evaluate their work. They don’t really look at what they’ve done
and ask themselves, “How can I improve on this?” This is why you see a lot of people who say,
“I work so hard but I haven’t been moving forward.” It’s because they haven’t been working smart. They’re not continually improving, evaluating,
and assessing their work. Continuous improvement is all about growing
constantly, learning constantly. It’s also about getting feedback from what
you’ve done in the past, whether the feedback is feedback from people that you trust, or
mistakes you’ve made in the past that you’ve learned how to correct. I think, honestly, if you want to succeed
in anything, you have to be a student for life. You have to always be open to reading new
books, exploring new topics, talking to new people, traveling to different places, so
that you can get all of these new experiences and incorporate it into what you do, because
you learn something new every time you’re exposed to something new. This is something I kind of picked up in business
school. I was learning about the Japanese strategy
of kaizen, when they’re working on their automobile factories. Kaizen is K-A-I-Z-E-N. Feel free to look it up. All that that means is making constant micro-improvements
in what you do. Constantly reevaluating what you’re doing,
getting feedback, and then applying what you’ve learned, little by little. If you can constantly improve, little by little,
each day, it will add up and become a huge improvement and give you a huge advantage
in the future. An exercise you can do to apply this is to
track your growth. Depending on what area you care about growing
or working on, you track that area because where you direct your focus to matters, wherever
you focus on grows. I like to track five areas of my life. I track my health, relationship, career, personal
growth, and happiness. What’s important is you track your progress
in those areas. Track how well you’ve done, and ask yourself:
“How can I improve for the future?” Constantly be improving, making small little
improvements and small little changes, and track that growth. It will really be helpful to track it and
see for yourself how you’ve changed. 7. Self Forgiveness
[22:12] Alright, the seventh component of the success
mindset is self forgiveness. On this road to creating your dream life,
you are going to hit rough patches. You are going to make mistakes. You are going to fall, and you might even
fall hard. Just acknowledge: “Yes, there’s no running
away from it. It’s going to happen.” Failure is inevitable if you’re trying your
best. They say if you don’t fail, that means you
haven’t tried, and it’s true. If you go out there and you test things, you
try putting out work, not everything is going to be an ultimate success. So you’re going to have your good times and
your bad times, and in those bad times it’s so important to develop a gentleness with
yourself and learn to forgive yourself as fast as possible. Forgiving yourself is really learning to let
yourself go, let all that pressure, let all of those burdens that you put on yourself,
release those as soon as you can because it’s normal. Everybody fails. Everybody makes mistakes, and it’s actually
good because when you make a mistake, then you learn something from that experience to
enable you to do better in the future. So do not waste time feeling bad about yourself. Just don’t let yourself sink in that spot
for too long. I know sometimes you need one night with a
bunch of ice cream and chocolate, okay whatever. I’m not the one to tell you not to do that
because I can be guilty too, but what I’m saying is: Bounce back. Forgive yourself as soon as you can. Basically, the sooner you can forgive yourself,
the sooner you can pick yourself back up and keep going on your road to your dreams. So don’t let yourself get stuck in your head,
don’t let yourself get into that wonky space for too long, because why put yourself down? Why feel bad over something that happened
in the past? You know, at that point, it’s already over. Just forgive yourself for it, and let it go. 8. Gratitude
[24:12] And the last component of the success mindset
is gratitude. I was literally just listening to a Tony Robbins
podcast interview with Tim Ferriss, and I think Tony Robbins said this, “Success without
gratitude is the biggest failure of all.” There are so many people who only focus on
the success and the achieving part of life that they forget about the appreciating part. They forget about the part that makes life
meaningful and full. Because if you only focus on the success and
the achievements, then your life is always going to be in some state of anxiety. I don’t know if you’ve ever lived in the future
for too long. You can’t wait to get to the future point. You’re very anxious. It’s not a full life. It’s not a beautiful life if you’re only depending
on success and achievement to give you that fulfillment. It’s not enough. You really have to have, yes, the achieving
part, but also that immense gratitude for everything that you have in your life. And gratitude is just so important because
you and I, we’re all blessed. We’re all blessed in so many different ways. And if you don’t realize where you’re blessed
in your life, if you take everything for granted and you think that the world owes you everything,
then you’re not going to be happy. And I think so much of success is being happy. It’s being in love with your life. It’s being in love with where you are. And if you want to get there, then gratitude
is like 50% of that gain, I’m telling you now. It does not matter where you are, if you start
to become grateful for everything you have today, you’re going to feel like your life
is amazing. You’re going to feel fine. You have everything that you need right now. We’re not lacking in any area. Yes, we can always improve, but you’re not
missing anything from your life. You really have everything that you need and
a lot of things to be grateful for. I know that on this journey to living your
dream life, you’re going to get frustrated, you’re going to get impatient, and sometimes
you’re going to feel like you’re not moving fast enough. And I say that because I totally related. Sometimes I can get into too much of that
achieving mindset and I’m like, “Oh my god, I’m not there yet. I’m not there yet. I want to be there.” And like I said, it’s anxious. In those moments, just step back and give
yourself space to look around. Open your eyes and see how many things you
can be grateful for in your life. You have so many things to be grateful for. So always remember that with success, you
have to bring 50% gratitude along with it in order to feel completely full and happy
and satisfied and meaningful with your life. [26:56]
Alright, those were the eight parts of the success mindset that I’d love if you all could
just ingrain in your brain and in your character so that we can all be stronger in building
our dream lives. So let’s just recap: Believe in yourself – You have to have a
strong belief in yourself. Commitment
Patience Perseverance
Consistent action Continuous improvement
Self forgiveness Gratitude If you have a goal or a dream that you’re
ready to commit to and to go for, then honestly keep these eight components in your notes. Read them daily and remind yourself every
day, and ask yourself, “How can I improve in these areas? How can I grow? How can I get stronger in all of these values
and principles?”, because trust me: it works. Alright, I’d love to know what you think about
today’s episode. Also: if you have any ideas of what you would
add to the success mindset, because like I said, it’s not just made up of these eight
things. I just put them together, but I’m sure there’s
so many more parts to the success mindset. You can connect with me on Facebook, just
search ‘Lavendaire Lifestyle’ on Facebook and you’ll find our group. That’s where I want to continue the conversation,
and that’s also where you can connect with other listeners and support each other in
your journeys. Alright, that’s it for today’s episode. Thank you so much for listening to The Lavendaire
Lifestyle. If you like the podcast, please show your
support by leaving a review on iTunes. It helps me so much. It also helps other people find the show. You can also catch me on YouTube and Instagram
at @lavendaire, where I have even more content for the Artist of Life.

100 thoughts on “The Success Mindset in 8 Parts | The Lavendaire Lifestyle Podcast Ep. 25

  1. Testing if I should upload my podcasts to YouTube as well – Yay or Nay? Let me know in the comments!

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  2. I am so inlove with myself again and learning to love myself even more. ❤️ I am so grateful that I am learning wisdom that I need to learn. 😊

  3. DefinitelyYay
    I love your chanel it's so inspiring you make me want to be a better person now
    your voice is soo sweet it's calm and relaxed and it has a special tone to it that makes me want to listen to you all day I feel like you're a close friend

  4. This is so positive and uplifting! I think it's so important to appreciate the here and now- I'm so guilty of having anxiety about wanting to go faster. Please upload your podcasts to youtube 🙂

  5. You are so motivational! I‘m so glad I found your channel. Do you have a self help book? If you do, I will buy it for sure!

  6. This is honestly such a helpful podcast. I understand and follow your way of thinking and I appreciate it. Thank you for your hard work! I will definitely be keeping this information with me for the long run, and referencing you in videos to come! Thanks again.

  7. First time here, was looking for some wisdom and I found it! Thanks a lot, great podcast! Lots of useful reminders and I fort Marion thank you! 👍🏻

  8. I love this podcast, your voice alone makes me feel like am powerful and can achieve anything. Thanks for sharing what you know .

  9. I loose intrest midway. It is not like I still love it and I quit. Things are going good but I just loose instrest , energy and love for it. It feels like I'd not be doing justice with myself by continuing something just because I am not suppose to quit. What shall I do?

  10. Lavendaire, i really love your videos, and your voice, your mindset, it make me warm, it make me feel i can do it after i watch your video,
    ifeel more energy after watched / hear your broadcast.^^
    like your video<3 hope i can be a better me!

  11. I especially 💜 # 7 Learn to forgive ourselves ASAP. We get stuck on pass and current failures which can cancel our future due to lack of action and growth! We have to be able to move on and forgive ourselves.

  12. Aileen you are my superhero. And you save me. Ilysm. ❤ I feel like you know me so well. But how do you know me? ㅋㅋㅋ

  13. Hi aileen!! I love your podcast!! I listen to it everyday and my favorites (which is mostly your solo podcast episodes) are on repeat!! I usually listen to it in the morning, because it gives me a boost for the day. It's Something I really look forward to when I wake up. I think I actually turned it into a habit because my day is not complete without listening to at least one of your podcast episodes! Haha! Thank you so much! You're a life changer!

    More power Aileen! You're a very gifted and talented person. And I look forward to all your future projects!! (I also love your youtube videos and your artist of life workbook) Love you always! Take care ❤️

    P.S I BELIEVE THAT YOU COULD BE A BEST-SELLING AUTHOR. (pls do write a book in this lifetime) LOVE YOU ❤️

  14. Lavendaire, I love that you have a Full Transcript so that I don't have to take notes but I can really focus on listening to you on podcast. Yes, upload on youtube for easier access for people living outside of USA. Thanks for your inspiration.

  15. I'm finally gonna take the time to post this comment.. I just wanted to say I've been watching your videos for the past 2 weeks now, and I love them so much! Thank you for sharing them with us!! I'm so glad I found your channel! 🙂

  16. Good day I am looking for an accountable buddy. Someone to talk to about goals with and we can be someone to bounce ideas off of for each other. We don't have to be into the same things. The only requirement is the desire to create a masterpiece with your life. Reply to this comment and we can go from there.

  17. Thank you for the videos.I start to practicing the law of atraccion 2 years ago it make me more positive it works. I m making more money so i work for my self and im living better. Sorry my inglish i still lerning👍

  18. Aileen yur voice is so soothing nd calming❤Really luv😘and whenever I feel Anxious i just grab my phone nd listen to yur podcast and instantly it takes me in to a new world of positivity nd hopes✨i feel jubilant ..Thank yu beautiful gurl 😘keep rising us uplift 😍love yu ❤please it's a request make some more helpful podcast hv a great dae✌

  19. That was the first time i ever listened to your podcast and I have to admit – it was great. Not only do I like your voice a lot, but what made it so pleasant to listen to you was the structure you gave it. At first the overview and then picking up the single topics/points in detail and summing up in the end. Good work 🙂

  20. I don't usually leave comments. But I gotta say, Lavendaire I truly love your podcast! The clarity of the points are just on point 🙂

  21. Im grateful for watching this great clip. How can you be so mature since u look young? I went through ups and downs in my life, so I can understand all of components thoroughly. They are awesome! I highly appreciate your knowledge and kindness. Cheers! 😍

  22. So glad you have your podcasts on YT because I’m always on here and it so Much easier to listen. Loved this episode so much!! 💕😊

  23. I just loved!!!!! Thank you very much! You just got a new subscriber 😉 you helped me very much

  24. Thank you for uploading this amazing podcasts, really motivates me, last year i started a company a Organic Skin Care Company call Siain Orgainc Beauty, we are very small company it took us lot of mistakes an wrong directions to learn about this industry, but this year we are converting our last years mistakes in to opportunity.

    Please keep on uploading these amazing podcasts and keep up the hard work as it will pay off

  25. Hello Aileen could you please post all those podcasts here on youtube? Please, I am not a native speaker and sometimes is quite hard to understand it without subtitles. I would appreciate that, not only me but also other people that are learning English. Thank you so much, you are awesome <3 <3

  26. Hi Lavendaire, listened to this and thanks, yes i do believe in in them especially in no. 6 , i need to work on other areas as well. again thanks

  27. I’m so happy that this is download-able. It allows me to save it offline and replay whenever I need it. Thanks Aileen for this. It’s a very down to earth podcast for me. 🙂

  28. If there's just a heart reaction here in youtube, i'd give this one such ❤️! Keep inspiring aileen 😊💕

  29. Usually I listen to Lauren Herrera Love is s Verb/ life Flow podcast, but I ran out of all her episodes 😭, trying out some new! You!

    Side note: any other suggestions????

  30. Hi everyone
    I just posted my first podcast! Check it out and hope you like it! Please comment subscribe and also share it with friends and relatives. Sending a lots of love ❤️

  31. I love listening to your Podcast. It’s my first time coming across to your channel. It is so inspiring and making senses. Your voice is very soothing too. I’m one of those who have self doubts and I have so much ideas that I would like to achieve in my head but really not making them to life. I will come back to this every time I feel like I need a lil kick for sure. Keeping up your great work! And thank you for sharing such a positive energy to us 🧡🙏🏼

  32. Thank you so much for this video. You're really an inspirational person and make me want to improve myself. Have a great day!

  33. You truly inspire me. I’ve been wanting to start podcasts and talk about things that matter and I love that about your podcast. Keep doing your thing you make such a difference. I really needed this

  34. Oh Aileen. I had built my dream life but destroyed it all. I’m trying to build up the confidence again to find something else that would make me happy and a new lifestyle to pursue. Your messages are inspiring to me. ❤️ helping me move on

  35. I just love all your videos, you are my insperation and my motivation. Thank you so so much. :)💜

  36. Every good thing has a price to pay that feels substantial to whomever is going through it even when you realize that the thing you are paying a price for is worth doing

  37. This is so good ! I'm not a millennial my sister is! However, your content is helping so much girl. Thank you

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